About National Museum Zurich
The National Museum Zurich (Landesmuseum Zurich) displays some one million exhibits relating to Swiss history and culture. From ancient artefacts to medieval costume and modern furniture, the National Museum Zurich covers a diverse range of subjects and periods, from the prehistoric to present day.
Amongst other things at the National Museum Zurich, there’s an impressive display of Swiss handicrafts, a variety of historic religious items and weapons from the old Zurich Armoury.
Together with the Castle of Prangins and the Forum of Swiss History Schwyz, the National Museum Zurich forms part of the Swiss National Museum.
The Rietberg Museum in Zurich displays a world renowned collection of art from America, Africa, Asia and Oceania.
Peterskirche in Zurich is a medieval site famed for having Europe’s largest clock face.
Fraumunster is a medieval church and one of the most famous in Zurich, renowned for its stained glass windows.
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